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Is Single Sex Dangerous
Danger=not worth it: Normal positions for sexual intercourse between a man and a woman should not be dangerous. If an position makes someone feel at risk of danger then they should stop what they are doing. You should always advocate for yourself in feeling safe with your partner during sexual relations. ...Read more
Not necessarily.: Any safe consensual sex is generally ok during pregnancy. Avoid anogenital and orogenital contact during pregnancy for fear of serious infections and other complications. Rough/violent sex is also best avoided throughout pregnancy. Some women have no interest in sex in pregnancy; that is also ok and should allow other common interests to be explored instead. Avoid high-risk sexual behavior! ...Read more
Some risk. . .: According to the centers for disease control & prevention, "in addition to hiv, other stds can be transmitted through oral sex with an infected partner. Examples of these stds include herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, genital warts (hpv), intestinal parasites (amebiasis), and hepatitis a." for infomation on safe sex, see: http://www. Cdc. Gov/hiv/resources/factsheets/oralsex. Htm. ...Read more
Blood: Is the blood coming from you or him? If coming from you and you are spotting with intercourse you should be evaluated... If he is bleeding. He should probably be evaluated. ...Read more
I have wiped my self with toilet tissue and my husband noticed just b4 sex there's toilet tissue in my virgina. . Is tha dangerous?
Sexual experiences: Nope. There would be nothing of concern here. It is just an event that has no health risk or meaning. ...Read more
Trust your body: Most young people naturally begin enjoying their bodies when they are alone at or before puberty. You learn, and stay comfortable. Don't try to abstain if this seems difficult, but if you don't feel a desire (and some people don't), don't force it. If you are a man getting erections and nocturnal emissions normally, you'll probably have no trouble once it's time to have a regular partner. ...Read more
Anal Receptive Sex: Carries a # of risks. Trauma can lead to rectal prolapse, anal fissure, tearing of tissues, ^ hemorrhoid sxs & Anodyspareunia (pain). Unprotected anal receptive sex has ^ risk for transmission of infections due to rectal microorganisms as well STD's due to tearing of delicate tissues. Anilingus (oral – anal sex) is also associated w/ potential transmission of infections. ...Read more
Danger is relative: It's a little more dangerous to have sex in a pool than on dry land because: you can drown in a pool, you can end up with a sore vulva and vagina afterwards because water dilutes the natural mucus lubrication, and you can end up on youtube because many pools have video surveillance to help prevent little kids from getting hurt or drowning. Other than that, sex in the water is ok (dolphins do it). ...Read more
Usually not, but....: It depends on your comfort, how vigorous the activity is, and whether you have interest, rather than feeling you must! ...Read more
The anal area has a lot of bacteria, and everyone has a different balance. There is no way to cleanse all of the bacteria out. You run the risk of sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, gonorrhea, as well as GI infections.
If you wish to be more safe (no such thing as completely safe), use a piece of plastic wrap or a dental dam (piece of latex sheeting) over the entire area. ...Read more
Depends: Each encounter has its own risk of contracting a std of various types. The most painful early on might be gonorrhea, but hpv, syphilis, herpes and others are possible. If no germs, no particular risk. However, each new encounter brings you closer to finding that one with an untreated or unrecognized std. ...Read more
Is it dangerous?: Anal receptive sex carries a number of risks. Trauma can lead to rectal prolapse, anal fissures, tearing of deeper tissues ; worsening of hemorrhoids. Anodyspareunia (pain) can be problematic. Unprotected anal receptive sex has significant risk for transmission of infections due to microorganisms found in the rectum as well sexually transmitted diseases due to tearing of delicate tissues. It shoul. ...Read more
Chlamydia: Hopefully you used protection which you should always, if not, you should be okay after 7 days, but be smart and careful. ...Read more
No: There are no reports of any medical issues associated with this. ...Read more
I don't think so. ..: Only a couple of issues I can think of: one is hygiene. ... making sure the toys are cleaned/washed well after use so no issues the next time. And possibly psychological: using any type of substitute for the real thing (interactive sex with another human!) can contribute to psychological barriers or unexpected feelings. If you can do it without impacting "the real thing", it is not dangerous. ...Read more
No: Sex during pregnancy is not dangerous.Get a more detailed answer ›
How dangeorus is it since I think its so easy for uncircumcised man to get diseases, if he has sex without pro?
Probably just fine..:
I don't believe there has been a study done specifically to answer this question. Many men are uncircumcised and live well as long as keeping up reasonable hygiene with no local infection or inflammation, and they should do well in daily relationship. Known to us, the only way to avoid any risk is "just don't do it." but, that's reality. So, you're the one to decide with common sense.
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I had sex before my colposcapy, will this change the results of it? Was it dangerous to do so? And should I cancel my appointment?
Colpo: Well if its unprotected sex, your physician will have to put up with the smell of old semen. Most of us in GYN find that offensive when patients do that. Its not dangerous, but don't be surprised if your GYN isn't happy about it. Honestly I would call the office and ask if you should reschedule as a courtesy to your provider. ...Read more